I want to have at least one kid one day. Although I’m more pro-day care than pro-nanny, preferences change. If a nanny lands on my payroll, I wouldn’t install a hidden camera – but I’d tell him or her that I had. That’s how you preempt a big problem:
“Sure hope you have a nice first day. Oh and, full disclosure, just because I’m not here in the flesh it doesn’t mean I’m not seeing it all. Don’t worry, all the equipment that’s set up is completely unobtrusive. You’ll never guess where the lenses are located. Or how many there are.”
I’d have to double-check the legality of this one too, which shouldn’t be that great of a challenge for someone with a bevy of brilliant attorneys in her camp.
[(Heart-)Breaking News: One of my lawyers won’t give me a solid answer re: whether I can use the Cam for my most pressing concerns. I’m still waiting for an expert opinion re: the imaginary Nanny Cam that may only have traction in my imagination, like so much else does.]